We have collected some important bits and pieces of information for you to enjoy your V right from the beginning!
You can start using your V right out of the box. Only thing you need to do is to initialize your Windows. After that you can start exploring your new device. There is no need to make a clean install or uninstall third party bloatware as we provided you a bloatware free experience.
Here are couple of hints for you:
We shot a short instructional video of the keyboard functions that will make you familiar with the keyboard functions. There is also a detailed version of the keyboard instructions in the community, you can find both the video and written instructions in Additional V keyboard instructions.
Type C USB ports
Upper USB-C port is USB 3.0, lower one is TB3. Both USB-C can be used for charging.
Your power button is also integrated with finger print sensor.
Then there are couple of things we would like you to consider before trying everything on your V.
Your display is color calibrated and the calibration file is in your V storage. It is important to notice that there is a possibility to lose that calibration in some ways. You can find detailed explanation how the color calibration works in Konstantinos’ post about color calibration. Color calibration is added value to your V, and the file is not saved elsewhere.
Calibration file location
The database file to back up is stored on the local system getting calibrated under
“C:\ProgramData\SpectraCal\CalMAN Client 3\Data”
The file name is
- Reinstall your Windows
- Reset your install without retaining your personal files
- Install a new OS over your existing Windows installation
If you don’t back up your calibration, it’ll be lost forever!
Recovering or resetting the V
We also have tested V recovery option and it should work just fine, but if you encounter any problems with your V where you might want to use recovery or factory reset options, please contact us first via our website. We want to know if there are any hiccups and we might have a solution to your problem too.
These are just precautions at this point of time. We will smooth out the experience with new instructions and updates in the future.
And most importantly, have a great time with your new V!